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Precedence : ROUTINE 
To : Newark 



Date: 09/21/2001 



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The door to the build ing was locked but 



there were several trucks parked out back. SA 
information written on the door of the business: 



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3-18th Street 

Urban Moving Systems Inc 

Suburban Moving and Storage Inc 

Max Movers Inc . 

City Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Inc, 



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the sides of the seven trucks parked in the parking lot behind 
the building. 

TRUCK # 1, white cab, white trailer 

On the cab door: 

4Gs Truck Renting Company 

395 Kent Ave., Bklyn, NY 11211 

718-388-4100 

US DOT 711218 

GVW 25, 500 

#11126 

On both sides of the white trailer written in 

red and black letters : 

718-388-4100 

4Gs Truck Renting Co Inc 

www . 4gstruckrenting . com 

1-800-FOURGS1 

ANY WEEK 

LONG TiRM LEASE 

license plate (NY) 99260-JA (commercial) 

TRUCK # 2, red cab, white trailer 

On the side of cab: 

4Gs Truck Renting Co. Inc. 

718-388-4100 

395 Kent Avenue, Bklyn, NY 11211 

US DOT 711218 
GVW 25,500 

# 61978 

license plate (NY) 99258-JA (commercial) 

On the trailer: no lettering 

TRUCK # 3, white cab, white trailer 

On the cab written in black letters : 
Urban Moving Systems, Inc 

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3 18th St Weehawken, NJ 07087 
446 West 50th St, NY, NY 10019 

NJPC 00760 
NYCDOT 33739 
ICCMC 20465 
USDOT 91256 
(GW 25,000) 

# 054 

On sides of trailer: no lettering 

license plate (NJ) X-8221M 

TRUCK # 4, white cab, white trailer which 
overhangs the cab 

On side of cab written in black letters: 
Urban Moving Systems Inc 
312 Pavonia Avenue, JC, NJ 073 02 
NJPC00760 
NYCDOT 33739 
ICCMC20465 
USDOT 91256 
(GW 25,500) 

# 152 

445 West 50th St, NY, NY 10019 
www . urbanmoving . com 
Toll Free US 1-888-668-3787 
" " MOVESUS 

On both sides of the trailer written in 
orange and black lettering: 
445 West 50th St, NY, NY 10019 
Urban Moving Systems Inc 

STORAGE PACKING SUPPLIES 
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 
FREE ESTIMATES 

license plate (NJ) X87-D66 



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TRUCK # 5, white cab, white trailer which 
overhangs the cab 

On the cab: 

Urban Moving Systems Inc 
312 Pavonia Avenue, JC 073 02 
NJPC 00760 
NYCDOT 33739 
ICCMC 20465 
USDOT 91256 
(GW 25,500) 

# 087 

On trailer in orange and black lettering: 

445 West 50th St, NY, NY 10019 
Urban Moving Systems Inc 

STORAGE PACKING SUPPLIES 
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 
FREE ESTIMATES 

license plate (NJ) X61-C75 

TRUCK # 6, white cab, nothing written on 
sides of white trailer 

On the cab: 

Urban Moving Systems Inc 

3 18th St 

Weehawken, NJ 07087 

446 West 50th St 
NY, NY 10019 
NJPC 00760 

NJDO 33739 
ICCMC 20465 
USDOT 91256 
(GW 25,000) 

no license plate 

TRUCK # 7 (Note: The building containing 
Urban Moving Systems appears to be adjacent to other 
buildings/addresses containing other businesses, so Truck # 7 may 
belong to another business) , a white cab and white trailer which 
overhangs the cab 



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On the cab written in orange and blue 

lettering: 

Allegro Moving Systems 

609 West 29th St 

New York, NY 10001 

1714 Willow Avenue 

Hoboken, NJ 07030 

On both sides of the trailer: 

Allegro Moving Systems 

1.800.467.7775 

NYDOT #34863 

USDOT #889671 

MC# 387190 

GVW 32,000 

ULW 17,500 

license plate (NJ) AF^-478D 



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Precedence : PRIORITY 

To : Newark 

From: Newark 

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Date: 09/21/2001 
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Date: 09/21/2001 



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Details: te/OC/NF) On 09/12/2001, a Penske' truck leased by 
Urban MovirigNsystems of 3 West 18th Street, Weehawken, New Jersey 
was stopped by the Penns ylvania Sta te Police, and the ve hicle's 
occupants, identified as 



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been stopped and cited by the Pennsylvania State Police for 
failure to maintain the vehicle in a marked lane. At the time 
when the citation and summons wer e issued, the vehi cle was being 



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by the Pennsylvania State Police, it was traveling in an easterly 
direction. Statements made by the vehicle's occupants 
contradicted documentation found in the vehicle, as well as 
statements made by Urban Moving Systems' 



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the purpose of exploring the nature ot their relatlonsnip with 
Urban Moving Systems, Inc. and the five (5) employees of Urban 
Moving Systems, Inc., who are being held on immigration 
violations. It is also requested that Philadelphia's interviews 
highlight issues of interest to the Nati onal Security Division. 
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employe^Ss 'of White Glove Movers (WGM) located" 
Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey, were interviewed at their 
work place and thereafter provided the following inf ormation to 
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United States on an expired tourist Visa. He recently lost his 
passport and is present ly attempting to file for sponsorship to 
stay in the US. I l has no official working papers and 
understands that he could be 



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has traveled to Holland, Egypt, and the 

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2001, onl y to che ck the status of the days work assignments. 

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Investigation in Newark continues. 



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Synopsis {{ Ado Informati on obtained from the Passaic County jail b?c 
concerning^ on 09/16/2001. 

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On 09/16/2001 FBI-NY Special Agent (SA) I I 

"] wate/Znbtructed to contact the Passaic County jail to obtain 

any information about any of the five Israelis who were being 
held there following their arrest by New Jersey State Police and 
local police on 09/16/2001,, the day of the attack on the World 
Trade Center (WTC) in New York City. 




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a pointie r Contact at the P assaic County jail as 
telephone [ ' 

09/16/2001 



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for the Israelis who had been held there. SA 
list of the names of the five Israelis who ha« 



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arrested. 



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morning, at 3:23 AM, on 09/16/2001. The Passaic County jail 

officers reviewed their records and advised that the other three 

Israelis weret- held in the Hudson County jail. The officers 

advised* that they did not receive any visitors . As for telephone 

calls, the officers advised ^that there are two telephones for 3 

inmates . The officers advised that inquiries nonnR-rnina 

telephone call monitoring c ould be direct ed to I | of 

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To : Newark 

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Contact: IRS 

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Date: 09/21/2001 
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Synopsis^^M) Request sub- file V be established to maintain 
copies of a/vfentoried items from van detained 9/11/01, and submit 
copies of inventoried items to sub- file. 



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^Newark requests that sub- file V be established to 
maintaifS-^pies of inventoried items from van detained by East 
Rutherford PD on 9/11/2001. -~-~ul ZLtftQAfrf 

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Full Field Investigation Instituted: 09/14/2001 



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Date of transcription 09/19/2001 



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was advised of the identi ty of the, i nterviewing agent and the 



purpose of the interview, 
information 



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has been employed 1 as an[ 



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for URBAN MOVING SYSTEMS (URBAN) in Weehawken, New 

Jersey, since approximately! I Her job duties include 




lworkfid o n a regular salary basis and were paid by 



is fairly certain that th ev got paid in cash, but 

sne goes not Know how much they were paid. | | stated that 



she never 



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bank account used by the company is CHASE MANHATTAN BANK. [ 



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stated that much of the company's financial information, including 
all checks paid out, are maintained on the company computer system. 



stated that the company has expanded quite a 
bit in recent months . URBAN started out as a loca l mover and is n ow 

company is run bv l I 

much more rigid in her control of 

is usually working in the 



doi ng cross country moving. 
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the company t han is I 

sales office. 

people. The accountant 



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taxes late. As a result, they recently hired 
accountant . 



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stated that there are approximately 13 people 
employed in the office, plus warehouse workers , however, the number 
of employees frequently changes. The warehouse workers and other 
laborers are mo stly comprised of Russians, Geor gians and ISRAELIS. 



is a 



consultant for the comp any 

started working at URBAN (as a [ 



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began workin g in July of 2001 (as 



in May or June of 2001, 

a[ 



2001 (also as a[ 



^started working in July or August of 

1 . | | stated that none of 



these employees e ver punched t heir time cards as they were 



instructed to do, 



told 



several times that she 



wanted them to start puncmng in, but they never did „ 

filled out all of the time cards based on instructions from|_ 



1 



mo st employees^ 
on 



stated that the company keeps personnel files on 
nowever, she does n ot believe t hat files were kept 
either of 



or 



the 



met a man namedl I only on one or two 



occasions, the first time being on September 11, 2001. She stated 
that they have internet li nes at work, but they are not suppos ed to 
use the internet that- nmirjh. l~ I stated neither 



nor the 

tne rour. 



was very good with computers, however, of 

I was the most knowledgeable. She believes that 

had once worked as a computer programmer. 



stated that 



and the 



were usually the first people to arrive at the office every day. 
They usually ar rived at ab out 7:30 a.m. so that they could set up 
the day ' s wo rk . [~ ' 
that I hnHl 
started. [ 



stated that they were always at work and 

[only missed one day of work since they 

Jbelieves that they were not supposed to be 
working in the UNITED STATES. She believes that they all do a lot 
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of money, then they go back to work for a while, accumulate money 
and then travel again. 



She was told that none of them ha d bank a ccounts and they 



always carried thei r casl> ar ound with them 
around on his ankle. 



carried his cash 



told her that he was planning on using 




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the money to 



stated that 

trequently called mm at' the office from ISRAEL. 



stated that on the morning of September 11, 
2001, after the W ORLD TRA DE CENTER (WTC) was struck by the 
either [ 



he 
hie 



airliners, 



or 



stated to her that now you see 
what they are capable of doing and added that the U.S. will have to 
get involved now. 



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contacted by telephone by SA 
following information : 



residence, she was 

at which time she provided the 



[ 



] stated that after learning that the WTC was on 



struck by airliners, all of the employees went outside of the 
building to wat ch. They stayed outside for a little while until 

told them to get b ack to work . W hen they went back 



went back to the 



inside, someone, possibly | | and/or 

wareh ouse to loo k for a television so they could watch the news at 

work. | ~\ does not recall seeing anybody takin g pictures 

outside the building, although , she does reca ll that I I 

had received a new camera from| | the day before. 




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i, Date of Birth| | Home Address 

] New Jersey, Social Security Number 

"U^-nv -«1 «Oma »£ *L»« M J « A M « TT..T iff* ! 



| was interviewed at her plsfce of business, Urban Moving 
Systems, Union City, New Jersey. \ After being advised of the 
identity of the agent and the nature of the interview she provided 
the following information: \ 



, , said she came to work on the morning of 9/11/01 

and clocked in prior to 9:00am. Her time card showed that she 
clocked in a t 8:58am. When she arrived 1 she saw | | and 

in the local dispatch area as soon as sne walked in the 

began as king he r questions 
| was on the 
the screen . As 



entrance to Urban Moving Systems. 

about deliver ies that ne eded to be done that day. [ 
Internet, but | | could not see what was on, 

she walked back to her desk she saw I 

in the plaims area, | 

S he con t inuecl on a tew more feet and clocked in at 8:58am 



1 on the internet. 



She helped 

She had no knowledge 



If or a moment [ 
edge of the Ti 



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Twin Towers bombing at this point. 

| came to came to see her from 
the long distance dispatch area and gave her some cookies . When 



While sitting at her desk 



asked ho w she knew he came from the back office she said "If he 
1 came thr ough the front door I would have heard the bell 



ring. " | | esti mates she ha d been in the buil ding- for 5 
minutes by this time. P 
minutes and then hears 



] talks with 



for a few more 



from the dispatch area, exclai m "Oh my 

god a plane just hit the g Wor ld Trade Ce nter" . In response 
says, "No way! 



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] and[ 



go to the Local Dispatch 



area and they see a still pict ure on the computer screen of a plane 
hitting one Tower. | said herself and others were in 

"shock and disbeliet". | | went back to her desk and talks_^ 
with her via phone. After speaking wit h her mother she helps | | 
with the | She said when she returned 

from the local dispatcn areaf |waa gf.-n i on the computer. She 
does not remember seeing I at the local dispatch when the 
picture of the plane w as on < the computer screen. After talking to 
her mo ther and helping |_ 
I I was packing boxes. 




she went back to the warehouse were 

The boxes were for a delivery to 

Manhattan which were to be delivered the day before. She told 

that he would not be able to get into Manhattan due to the 



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1 and 
When asked ho w she "k new 



bombing 

corner with 

up" 

could see it in his[ 

it happened here " . \ 

his I 

She saw 

heard tBar 



S he went out to the, f-rnnt- , of the st ore and stood at the 

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said she thought | | had recently bought 

"a really nice camera that had a big lense". 

come to work lat er that morning. She 
] and | | put a l adder 



THe 



on top of the roof and watched the Towers burn sometime af ter I I 

arr-i ir&rl I 1 



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interviewed at his residence. After being advised of the identity 
of the interviewer and the nature of the interview, he provided the 
following information: \ 



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Ifor Doric Tower s . On the morning of 9/11/01 | 

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painting in 'Apartment I I Less than\5 minutes after the 1st plane 

hit the N orth tower of th e World Trade Center| [comes to 

Apartment I ^ and informs of thev disaster . | | stands up 

from painting the baseboard, looks out s>f the window, and notices 3 
young men taking video and still photographs from atop the roof of 
the parking garage adjoining Doric Towers* He also see a white 
utility van next to the men and a brown van further behind. There 
were no other people in the parking lot a t that time. He believes 

this occurred between 9:00am and 9 ; 10am. I I exits apartment) | 

and goes to his apartment at I I which takes approximately 5 
minutes. He looks out of the window and sees both towers on fire - 
After 6 to 7 minutes he goes to another window in his apa rtment and 
sees that the men and both the white and brown van gone 



said he did not see any writing on the van or any windows other 
than the gla ss on t he driver and passenger sides. After 
questioning, | | walked to the parking garage with Agents and 
described positioning of the vans and the 3 men. He made a crude 
diagra m of the parking lot which is enclosed in a 1-A envelope. 



was s hown ph otographs of 5 young men associated with tne 
white van. | |did not recognize the men. 





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City, New Jersey, was interviewed, at Jtier home. After the |_ 



Jwas 



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the interview, she provided the following information: b7c 



] moved into 



on 3/1/00. The prior 



tenants were Urban Moving Systems . She was aware of this because 
she continu ed to receive their mail for some time after she moved 
in. | | never met any one from U rban Moving Syst ems. She 



suggested that the property Manager, 



(Delforno 



Realty) , may have more information concerning urJbah Moving Systems 



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phone number 



Union City Detective Bureau, 



^_ =HB=B _ : ^ was\interviewed via telephone. After 

]was made aware of the identity of the interviewing agent, 

and the nature of the interview, \he provided the following 
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The Un ion City Detective Bureau receiv ed a complaint from 
^JDorric Towers, Apartment =fl | 100 Manhattan 



JJhion City, New Jersey, pnone number^ 

| reported tnat three , ngnt sKinnea, clean 
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f | reported that three, lignt sKinnea, clean shaven males in 

there early twenties, wearing T-shirts and blue jeans, smoking, 
were taking still photographs and video taping the destruction of 
the W orld Trade Centers . She described the\ men being in a festive 
mood ^and~~ " high f iving " ^5ne another. At one point the men took 
pictures f rom the top of a white utility van they had driven. 

I I was able to obtain the license plate\ JRJ13Y. The plate 
came back to Urban Moving Systems, 312 Pavonia Avenue, Jersey Ci ty, 
New Jersey . Detectives obtained three cigarette 'butts from the 
area were the men were taking pictures. 





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The following investiga tion w as conducted on Sept ember 



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A list of current and prior addresses was compiled for 
the identified hijackers, suspected associates and the five (5) 
subjects from URBAN MOVING SYSTEMS that were detained by the 
Rutherford Police. The informati on used to co mpile this list was 
obtained from prior investigation, | | and 

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compiled list of the addresses and US entry dates for the hijackers 
and suspected associates, and 2) a comparable list for the subjects 
employed by URBAN MOVING SYSTEMS. 





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dat e" of birth 

J Union City/ NJ, telephone 



Manhattan Avenue, Apartment [ 

| | was interviewed. After being advised of the official 
identity of the interviewing agent and the nature of the interview 
she provided the following information:. 

At approximately 8:15 a.m. on 09/11/2001, while leaving 
the above-referenced apartment complex, | | observed a white 

van parking in the rear parking lot of the apartment complex. A 
male individual appearing to have a brown but not dark complexion, 
round face, dark hair, approximate age 3 0's, was driving the van. 
He drove the van very slowly into the rear parking lot, paused, and 
backed into a parking spot which, from the front, overlooked the 
New York City skyline. No passengers were visible. Upon returning 
to the area, at approximately 9:20 a.m. that same day, the 
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The van was white and had no windows on the sides. It 
appeared to be a utility van for an electric company because the 
words 'electric supplies', among others, were printed on it. The 
name of the utility or vendor company, since forgotten, was in red 
letters on the van. The license tag was not noticed. 

Usually, utility or service vehicles at the complex 
building parked in the front. This vehicle was parked- -rn^t'he^baLeK" 
which is why it came to the interviewed Sf^tyfrojaiioi 
of place. 

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residing aTj 



born 



] telepho ne numbP.F'Q 



-3 — Citizen .of Israel, 



Ji was interview telephonically. 



nature of the interview, she provided the following information: 



worked as 



COMPANY INC* . (TJRbanI fr> om approx 



is in the United States on a tourist VISA 
J fori ' 



"Eo~f 



She 
at THE URBAN MOVINO 



She also 



[ 



She left URBAN because 



„„ „ 1a ,-, oc ,L_ l h T ad mostly R Uss i an and i sraeli men working for hi 

?;r P hirand^?t-h Srael i and RUSS ^ n news P a P^s to get people to wo?k 
i*™« * P J ^ em Cash on a weekl y or daily basis. He owns several 
nInS m °^-? g trUCkS ' and rents a few trucks ^en it is busy. He alSo 

woSers'take S?° ^V^ n0 ^t^ ' He ^mally does not lit S 
worKers take his vehicles home with them. 



The 



that worke d for f 
Jier phone number is 



1 before 



1 , - ^ 1 SJae would have more information regardinq 
helpful to the police. 



, was 

She left URBAN 



"I that may be 



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driver's iT^nL • Israeli newspaper that advertises Florida 
J™ •? license m one day. This is know n throu ghout the Israeli 
community as a way to obtain a license. | | had one of these 

?or S r?icense\ fr ?f ° £ ^ »? £*** the P^^uWers \±£J to cSl 
xor a license X They are as follows: 

,,(786)5,43-5921 

" (954)b82-559 ST 

(917)88 ^-^70 

(305)308^5rcr- 

(718)997-7070 " 



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date of birth 



New Jersey, was interviewed at his place of 
employment, J&S Gulf, 1324 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, NJ, where he 
pumps gas. After being informed of the identities ^-F t-Vn* 
interviewing agents and the nature of the interview, 
provided the following information: 



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States on[ 



way of Austria. The airline 



is an Egyp tian citizen who arrived in the United 
flew to the United States from Egypt by 



?VP 



[ 



Janticipates returning to EGYPT on [ 



] flew was Austrian Airl ines . 



from EGYPT with his 



date of birth 



several others as part of a Christian Group. 



1 trave led 
and 



| and another Egyptian male gamed f 
(phonetic)" LN U live together at the location on 



Jersey City. | is a student of Graphic Arts in Egypt 



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| | stated that he planned on traveling in the United 



States but spent most of his money soon after arriving from 
E gypt- It was therefore necessary f or him to work in order to 
earn money so that he could travel, 
on 8/31/01. 



began his current job 



stated that he is familiar with a company called 
URBAN MO VING an d that they have an account for gas with the 
station. I I also stated that trucks belonging to URBAN MOVING 
come to the station every day, usually in the morning. 



On 9/11/01, 



shift at the gas station. [ 



was w orking an 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM 



stated that a w hite 



hite va: 



van belonging 
remembered 



to URBAN MOVING came in for gas in the morning 

that the driver had short, dark hair. He remembers the driver 
because the driver had been to the g as station in the past and 
had spoken some phrases in Arabic to 



any other people were in the van with the driver, 
know the name of the driver. 



does not know if 
does not 




does not remember the exact time that the van from 



URBAN MOVING came in for gas that morning but believes that^it^ 
was prior to the attack on the World;- 




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that occurred , ever y customer that day had something to say about 
the event and[ 



is sure that he did not speak of the attack 



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..born 



n<=>w. uerse'y [ 



residing at 



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telephone number 



was interviewed at Th e Weehawken Police Department with 

]ori 09/15/2001 at 9:15 a.m. . After 



being advised of the identity -of the interviewing agent and the nature 
of the interview, he provided the following information: 



| | is a citizen of Israel and has been in the United 
st-. ^t-.P.fl for a litfr lfi over a year on a tourist VISA. He was introduced 
to 



:tle over a year on a tourist VISA. 
Jin the early part of 2000 by his [ 



lused to wor k in the off ice for URBAN MOVING 



COMPANY INC. 


(URBAN) . 


In July 2000,1 landl | 


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Since that time he has not spoken to | 


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company . 



] had approx. 20 to 30 men working for his moving 

Most of the people working for him were Po lish, Russian and 



used to advertise 



a few Israeli men who mostly stuck together _ 

in the Polish, Ukranian and Israeli newspapers to' get tourist VISA 

visitors from those countries to work for him. This enabled | 

to pay below minimum wage and with cash as to avoid paying taxes and 
benefits too. | | would also refused to pay employees knowing that 
they w ould not fight him since they are working on a tourist VISA. 
vS?5E;£ l I did engage in moving items for both business and 1 residential 
moves. One of his smaller moving vehicles was a white van with no 
windows as well as several large moving trucks. He did use several 
iS§ computers with internet access. 




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doesn't usually lend his vehicles out to his workers. He 
is very tight with his possessions and money. He does make his 
workers get drivers license and they fill out three pieces of 
3 paperwork. It is unknown what this paperwork consists of. 

nj One way to obtain a driver's license quickly and easily jls^ 

to answer one of the advertisements foundin the JCsraelL^eirapSpS?^ 



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Date of Birth 



^ was interviewed at his place of residence. After being b ^ 

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of the interview, 



provided the following information: 



On 09/11/2001 J | heard of the attacks on the World 
Trade Center and drove from his residence to Liberty State Park, 
Jersey City, New Jersey in order to give blood. HE arrived at 
Liberty State Park sometime betwee n 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM. 
Approximately 20-3 minutes later , |~~ I observed a truck enter 
Liberty State Park. The truck was new, either a 2000 or 2001 model 
year GMC box truck with dual r ear whee ls. The box had rivets 
the outside which indicated to | | that the 
with wood. There were silver caps, on the top 



on 

inside was lined 
front corners of the 



box and the rear had a roll-up door. The box was approximately 14 
feet high and 16-18 feet long, similar in dimensions to a Ryder 
rental truck. The side o f the bo x had a sign which said Urban 
Moving in black letters. I I did not recall the exact words, 
but recalled it contained wording to the effect of Urban and a 
moving company along with an unrecalled (973) telephone number. 
The truck had no apparent dings, dents or scratches on it and was 
remarkably clean for a moving truck. The truck backed into.a 
parking space near the pier, within 5 feet 9 -F the water. [_ 



recalled that the 



did not see anyone exit the vehicle. 

Urban Moving truck left Liberty State Park j list after an 

announcement was made to close Ellis Island. At this ti me, i 

saw three males approach and enter the vehicle. | ~| viewed the 
males from a distance of approximately 40-45 yards. 



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approximately 5*6" to 5* 9", 165-175 pounds and had skin-tone 
which could have been that of Mexican origin. UNSUB 1 looked 
light, and didn't look like he would work as a mover. He wore 
faded blue jeans, white short sleeve tee-shirt, and a black vest, - 
possibly leather. UNSUB 1 also wore a black fanny pack of average 
size which hung to look as if it contained three to five pounds of 
weight inside. The f anny pac k hung just below UNSUB l's front left 



did not get a good look at UNSUB 2 or 



pocket of his jeans 

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approximately 5' 7" and having a stockier build than UNSUB 1, 
possibly 190-210 pounds. UNSUB 2 carried a Digital or 35mm camera 
with a zoom lens. The body of the camera was black in c olor. T he 
three UNSUBS entered the vehicle and departed the area. was 

in the company of three law enforcement officers: 



NAME: 
EMPLOYER: 

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NAME: 

EMPLOYER: 

PHONE: 

VOICEMAIL: 

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stated that 



had a camera and m ay have 



taken pictures in the direction or tne Jrban Moving truck. [ 



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believed that the truck and/ or UNSUBS may be contained in at least 
one of these photographs. 

Through the course of this intervi ew, the fo llowing- 
identifiers were found to be associated with 



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RACE: 

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During the afternoon of 09/11/2001, SA _ 

participated in a canvass of residents at the Apartment building 
located at 100 Manh attan Ave, Union City, New Jersey. During this 



] questioned residents about activities in and 



canvass, SA 

around the building during the past few days . 



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saw nothing unusual in or around the apartment 
building "during" the past two days. 



In the beginning of the summer, 



began to 



occasionally see an old man in building's parking lot. This man, 
who appeared to be in religious dress, would be accompanied by five 
or six younger men. All the men dressed like Muslims and all had 
long beards . 

The old man had salt and peppe r color ed hair and wore 
white or purple clothes on the occasions l | saw him. She has 
never seen him inside the building, only in the parking lot. 



provided the following information. 



A few days ago, he saw the same man in front of the 100 
Manhattan Ave leaving the building. The man was wearing purple 
clothing and was surrounded by a number of other men who were 
kissing him. | | saw the man get into a new model economy 

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interviewed at I 1 Urban Moving Systems, Inc., (Urban), 3- 

18th Street, Weehawken, New Jersey, 07087. After being, advised of 
the identity and 
of the interview, 
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the Urban employees assigned to complete a multi- state delivery of 
residential goods identified on the long distance delivery bulletin 
board at Urban as delivery route #31. Route #31 consisted of goods 
picked up in New York State and New Jersey that were in storage at 
Urban. The goods originating in New Jersey were to be delivered to 
Marietta, Georgia. Upon completion of the Georgia delivery, the 
goods originating from New York State were to be delivered to St. 
Louis, Missouri. Upon completion of the Missouri delivery, the 
truck should have been empty, and en-route to pick up goods in 
Nashua, New Hampshire. The goods from New Hampshire were to be 
delivered to Lawrence, Massachusetts. 



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d etained I l and | "| in Montoursville, 

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Reference lead control number NK 2405. 

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- On instant date, writer received two copies of a 
videocassette from HELICOPTERS INC. at LINDEN AIRPORT, #405, 1101 
West Edgar Road, Linden, New Jersey, 07036, telephone 908-474 -9454 . 
The following people were at this locati on: | Ipilo t ; 

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NETWORKS. The videocassette was a copy of the video taped during 
the WORLD TRADE CENTER attacks from three different news 
helicopters. The^ order of the video is as follows: 

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TRAFFIC / WABC-TV 

25:40- End - recorded by HELICOPTERS INC. chopper N27M, for 
WCBS-TV 



advised that the other helicopters seen in the 
to one of the fo llowing; West 3 0th Street 



video may oe related 

heliport, 212-563-4442, contact name 

212-248-7240; East 34th Street heliport, 212-i 

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telephonically contacted the above agent and agreed to pe 

interviewed by telephone regarding his previous employment with 

Urban Moving Company in Weehawhen, N.J. He provided the 
following information: 

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working on a 



moving van as a helper. He was paid under the table and earned 
$10.0(0 an hour. The qther helpers all seemed to be Russians, 
Hungarians and Israelis. They always spoke Hebrew in his 
presence. He also advised that these other foreign nationals and 
I | of the company , I I had frequent meetings 

in the company's office, and he and the other non- Jewish 
employees were never invited to join them. 

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did not recognize any of the above names. 



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yafe'the delivery teams fill-rup the trucks with empty 
boxes, because he would charge the customers by cubic feet. He 
would also have some employees stay on the trucks when they were 
weighed, so that he could charge more. 



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On September 14, 2 01, the Newark Division of the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI-NK) initiated a Full Field 
Investigation predicated upon circumstances indicating that five 
(5) Israeli nationals, detained in conjunction with the PENTTBOMB 
investigation, had reportedly videotaped the terrorist attack on 
the World Trade Center (WTC) and may have possessed foreknowledge 
of the same. The following summarizes the investigation to-date. 
(^/OC/NF) 

On September 11, 2 01, numerous complaints received byj\ 
FBI-NK revealed that several individuals had been observed 
celebrating following thfe initial crash of an aircraft into. the 
WTC. T-l, a resident of Union City, NJ, advised that at \ 
approximately 9:00 am, T-l's neighbor, T-2, called T-l on the f 
telephone to tell T-l that T-2 saw smoke coming from the W.TC. In 
order to see the WTC more closely, T-l used 7x3 3mm (likely f 
7x3 5mm) power binoculars to view the scene from the rear window (' 
of T-l's apartment. While looking in the direction of the WTC, 
T-l observed three (3) males kneeling on the roof of a white van! 
located in the rear parking lot of T-l's apartment complex, ilt^ 
appeared as though they had noticed T-l as well. .^OC/NF) fill. ; 

T-l described the males as white, mid- twenties, no *"c 
facial hair, no glasses, "clean-cut, " no hats, all wearing short^ 
sleeves, with lean builds. Other identifying data was also 
provided. T-l described the white van as a "box" -style van whicjji 
had no windows on the side; it reminded T-l of a telephone 
company van. ($/OC/NF) jUJ> 

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taking still photographs and video of the other males with the 
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that they smiled, hugged one another, and gave "high fives." 
(See attached photos) . As the vehicle later left that area, T-l 
recorded the New Jersey State license plate as JRJ-13Y. Later 
that day when T-l's spouse returned home, T-l provided the police 
with the information pertaining to the males. *t^OC/NF)/C0 

Another complaint received by FBI-NK revealed a second 
eyewitness who reported having observed a white van in the same 
parking lot as described by T-l. This eyewitness, however, 
observed the van in the parking lot as earlv as 8:00 am on the 
morning of the explosions at WTC. (^OC/NF)/UJ 

A third complainant later reported having seen, on 
September 11, 2001 (time not noted) , a "big, white, model 2000 
Chevrolet van, or possibly panel truck or U-Haul truck, bearing 
the words "Urban Movers" in black lettering along the side. The 
vehicle was observed in the Liberty State Park's Marine Terminal 
in Jersey r City, NJ, located across the Hudson River from WTC. 
(^/OC/NF)(U> 

Pursuant to this information, East Rutherford, New 
Jersey police authorities stopped an Urban Moving Systems van at 
a pre-positioned roadblock. The van, occupied by males similar 
to those described by witnesses, was traveling eastbound along 
State Route 3 in New Jersey. Following the stop, the police 
detained the five (5) occupants, all believed to be Israeli 
nationals, on the grounds that they may have possessed 
information pertaining to the WTC explosions. The matter was 
later forwarded to FBI-NK for further investigation. The five 
occupants were detained for further questioning and later held 
for violations of their immigration status. J&0C/NF)I{JQ/ 

A search of the van and the vehicle's occupants was 
conducted at the time of the vehicle stop. The vehicle was also 
searched by a trained bomb-sniffing dog which yielded a positive 
result for the presence of explosive traces . Swabs of the 
vehicle's interior were taken, and those samples were sent to the 
FBI laboratory for further analysis. Final results are still 
pending. i^/OC/NF)«^V 



Seizure of the individuals' property yielded the 
following: a 35mm camera, several personal telephone- style 
notebooks, back packs, airline tickets with immediate travel 
dates for destinations world-wide, Israeli passports (in some 
case, expired ) , a German passport, $4,700 in cash belonging 
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Student identification cards later believed to be false were also 
found. Oddly, equipment typically used in a moving company's 
daily duties was not found, including work gloves, blankets, 
straps, ropes, boxes, dollies, rollers, etc. Also not found was 
the video camera that T-l observed at least one of the males 
using to film the explosion at WTC* -^OC/NF)/ (jQ 

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determining whether a video camera had been used, and, if so, 
where the video camera is to be located now. The results of the 
individual interviews yielded a wide array of discrepancies with 
respect to the whereabouts of each of the individuals as it / 
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advised interviewing agents that after 



having arrived at his workplace, Urban Moving Systems, located at 
3 West 18th Street, Weehawken, NJ, around 8:00 am on September 
11, 2 001, he received a telephone call informing him that the 
first explosion had occurred. [Note: The fjr,qf. explosion 



and his 



actually occurred at 8:45am that morning.] 
roommates (NFI) got into a company van and departed the workplace 
for a Gulf gasoline service station. Then, \ | in the 

company of his friends, travelgji to another location in order to 
take photographs of the WTC. (^OC/NF) . ( ' ' K 



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(Urban Mo ving- Systems) around 8:00 a m. Later 
I | about the explosion at WTC,[ 



Internet and went to the roo f of the p uiiama 
and take photographs. Then, 



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to observe the 



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WTC 



and friends (NFI) left the 
office and were caught in heavy traffic. Sometime between 10:00 
am and No on, and while attempting to return to their office, 

and his friends (NFI) stopped at a parking lot (adjacent 



co an apartment building) to take more photographs. (^/OC/NF)f(jQ 

stated to one of the police officers after 



his arrest that the initial explosion occurred while he and the 
others were on the West Side Highway (Route 9A in New York City) 
traveli ng northbound toward the entrance of the Lincoln Tunnel . 
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8:20 am, and only learned of the cra sh into the WTC from a co- 

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but returned to Urban Moving Systems before 9:00 am. H^^OC/NF^u^ 



Film obtained from the 35mm camera of one of the 

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photos depict 



observation point later determined to be the parking lot adjacent 
to the Doric Tower apartments located at 100 Manhattan Avenue in 
Union City, NJ. The three (3) Israelis, sitting together on top 
of a white van, are visibl/y smiling on at least three (3) of the 
photographs . (WOC/NF) fU4- 

The photographs also revealed that all five (5) 
Israelis later observed the WTC burning from a location on top of 
the roof of an Urban Moving Systems warehouse located adjacent to 
the Urban /Moving Systems office location described herein. 
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At this point, more interviews were conducted to verify 
the accuracy of their statements, as well as to obtain any 
additional information concerning the video camera that was 
allegedly used by the Israelis. One such interviewee, T-3, 
claimed to have, seen | "| in the Doric Towprs on the 

afternoon of September 10, 2001. According to T-3, rode 

the elevator with T-3 and another, unidentified, Spanish- speaking 

male whoxp. 

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T-3 obflp vfiH exiting the elevator on Floor 3 . T- 
exiting the elevator on Floor 9. Oddly, 



identitied himself to the Spanish- speaking male as a 

"construction worker" working -jn i-h^ bnj 1 H-ing until 7:00 pm that 



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comprised only of the photograpns or tne five detained Israelis.] 

T-l, the source of the original information pertaining 
to the Israeli males, was re -interviewed at a later date. T-l 
confirmed for interviewing agents that it was a video recording 
device, rather than a still camera, that the Israelis had used in 
filming the WTC from atop the van. In fact, T-l recalled quite 
clearly that the camera was a small, hand-held unit, with a 
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) g^reen which folded out and could be 
used in "panning." -flB/OC/NF) 

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significance with respect to the overall investigation of the 
hijacked flights on September 11, 2001. For instance, two (2) 
complaints were received which indicated that Urban Moving 
Systems vehicles had been spotted in the greater Boston, MA 
metropolitan area, one in Plymouth, MA. and one in Nashua, NH. 
Additionally, an Urban Moving Systems truck (traveling westbound) 
had been stopped on September 10, 2001, near Montoursville, PA. 
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2001 while traveling eastbound toward New Jersey. 4Jg/OC/NF)/ CXl> 

Based primarily on the incpnsistencies found in the 
statements of the five (5) detained Israelis, and the interviews 
conducted of T-l and other tenants of the Doric Towers 



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obtained a search warrant to search the offices of Urban Moving 
Systems in Weehawken, NJ. The search, conducted on September 13, 
2001, met with negative results concerning a video camera. 
Nevertheless, fifteen (15) computers and a network server were 
seized from the Urban Moving Systems office. FBI-NK noted the 
unusually large number of computers relative to the number of 
employees for such a fairly small business. Further 
investigation identified several pseudo-names or aliases 
associated with Urban Moving Systems and its operations. 
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Foreign Counterintelligence (FCI) squad were consulted concerning b6 

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Newark initially detained and interviewed four (4) employees of 
Classic International Movers (CIM) , a New Jersey-based moving 
company which was believed by Miami to have been utilized as a 
mover by one of the nineteen (19) alleged hijackers involved in 
the terrorist attacks. All four detain ed employees were 
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FBI-NK obtained witness statements and a gasoline 
receipt from the Gulf service station where the Israelis had 
purchased gasoline on September 11, 2 001. Investigation 
determined that the Israelis purchased gasoline at approximately 
2 : 14 pm, which was subsequently corroborated by reviewing the 
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purchased after the attack on the WTC. (^OC/NF) (t/i 




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A review of EZ-Pass records provided little by way of 

determining the exact location of the Israelis' vehicle (white 

van) during the actual time of the attack. According to EZ-Pass , 

the Urban Moving Systems van used by the Israelis to travel from 

Brooklyn, NY (location of their residences) to Weehawken, NJ on 

the morning of September 11, 2001 passed through the Brooklyn^-NY 

entrance to the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel at 7:48 am. (j^OC/NF)(t£j 

FBI-NK obtained the videotape of a local news 
helicopter crew which provided footage of the explosion beginning 
just minutes after the initial impact of the aircraft into the 
North Tower (Tower #1) of the WTC. A comparison of this 
videotape with the still photographs taken by the Israelis 
implied that the Israelis photographs were taken closer in time 
to the explosion of Tower #2 (South Tower) than to the initial 
impact into Tower #1. This comparison, albeit non-scientific, 
corroborated the three Israelis' claim that they departed Urban 
Moving Systems for the parking lot observation point after 
hearing of the initial explosion. 

Liaison with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) 
resulted in FBI-NK obtaining a duplicate record of the 
metropolitan New York Air Traffic Control radar traffic records 
for the morning of September 11, 2001. By way of background, one 
of the earliest photographs taken by the Israelis from the 
parking -lot observation point shows what is believed to be a 
local news helicopter hovering over the Hudson River between the 
parking lot and the WTC (this helicopter appeared in the 
foreground of the third photograph taken) . The FAA' s radar 
traffic records identify a helicopter, belonging to a local radio 
station AM 880, slowly traveling in a southerly direction down 
the Hudson River and then hovering from 8:50 am until 9:03 am, 
(the time of the crash into Tower #2) , at a position between 
Union City and the WTC on the morning of September 11, 2001. 
Although the results of this analysis verified that the Israelis 
were at the parking lot observation point between 8:50- ajn and 
9:03 am, it did not provide a precise time. (^OC/NF)UaJ 

According to T-l, it was the call from T-2, who is a 
neighbor and close friend, which initially prompted T-l to look 
out of the window towards the WTC. It was at that time that T-l 
had also observed the Israelis atop the white van. Since T-l 
believed that T-2's call came immediately after the first 
explosion at the WTC, FBI-NK attempted to obtain the toll records 
of T-2's residential telphone for the purpose of determining the * 
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Towers) from the office. I I wanted to inform | | of their 
having left the office. ["^^"^^authorized their departure, and 
noted that he himself was on his way to the office and expected 
to arrive t here withi n a minute. | | may, thus, 

corroborate | ""| statements with respect to the .approximate 
time when they were at the parking lot. (fe^OC/NF) (J/J/ 

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Details J^A&OC/NF) On 09/11/2001, the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation's Newark Office (FBI-NK) received reports of 
several individuals from a white van engaging in celebratory acts 
after photographing and videotaping the terrorist attack on the 
World Trade Center (WTC) . Pursuant to this information, FBI-NK 
directed local law enforcement t o detain and question these 
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specincally as to their location during the time immediately 
preceding the attack on the WTC, as well as photographs in which 
some of the Israelis appear visibly happy by the attacks led FBI- 
NK to further pursue a possible criminal link between these 
Israelis and the events associated with the WTC. 

(X/oc/NF) A search of the offices of Urban Moving 
Systems, the employer for all of the Israelis, failed to uncover 
a video camera. However, FBI-NK discovered several networked 
computers at Urban Moving Systems, which appeared inconsistent 
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more Israel is, | |and | | were later 

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(JME^aereabouts immediately preceding the attack on the WTC. Due to 
the on-going tasking of those agents involved with the initial 
investigation, the FCI squad was unable to obtain a complete 
written record of all interviews and investigative actions 
undertaken until several days later. During the course of those 
days, the FCI squad's independent investigation, to include FCI 
interviews and polygraphs of the five (5) Israelis, revealed that 
the five Israelis most likely did not possess prior knowledge of 
the WTC events. It is opined that the Israelis probably arrived 
at the parking lotobservation point between the first and second 
attacks on the WTCjf 

fl/^^OC/NF/- The witness who described the video camera 
has beeS^mterviewed several times, and provided the same 
statement on each occasion. The disposition of the video camera, 
and why the Israelis would respond deceptively about possessing 
such a camera, thus, remains unresolved. 

(X/OC/NF) Finally, the number of discrepancies in the 
statements made by the five (5) Israelis continues to increase. 



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_ Advises Newark to assist US Iinmigration and 
Naturalization Service (INS) in any INS proceedings for tne 
five Israeli Nationals in detention at the Federal Bureau of 
Prisons, Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York. 



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(O) Pull Field Investigation Instituted: 09/13/2001 



Details sJWQS) 0n September 13, 2001 a Full Field 
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condtfct&a^ /"through investigation which determined that none 
of the Israelis had any information or prior knowledge 
regarding the bombing of the World Trade Centers. 
Furthermore, Newark and New York determined that none of the 
Israelis were actively engaged in clandestine intelligence 
activities in the United States. 

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notify £hii& local INS office that the FBI no longer has any 
investigative interests in the detainees and they should 
proceed with the appropriate immigration proceedings* Newark 
is requested to assist in the expeditious processing of the 
detainees and to advise PBIHQ periodically of the status of 
these proceedings. 



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NEWARK 

AT NEWARK. MEW t TER8EY 

(t4 flfc Advise INS regarding that the FBI no longer has 
an investfi^tive interest in the five Israeli detainees. 
Assist INS in expeditiously processing the Israelis in the 
appropriate immigration proceedings. 

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I have been advised to notify you that the FBI no 
longer has any investigative interests in the five (5) detainees 
listed below. The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service 
should proceed with the appropriate immigration proceedings . 



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From: Newark 

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Enclosure(s) : Enclosed in an FD-340 envelope is one (1) computer 
CD-ROM containing selected Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar 
continuous data recordings of the flight paths for AAL11, UAL 
175, AAL77, and UAL93 on 09/11/2001. 



Details :Aw(X) 0n September 14, 2001, the Newark Division of the 
Federal Bu/eau of Investigation (FBI-NK) initiated a Full Field 
Investigation predicated upon circumstances indicating that five 
(5) Israeli nationals, detained in conjunction with the TWINBOM 
investigation, had videotaped the terrorist attack on the World 
Trade Center and may have possessed foreknowledge of the same. 

©/ (M D>^ At the time of their arrests, individuals had 
[ severaJS^fameras and rolls of film in their possession. FBI-NK 
'developed the film, which had several photos of the World Trade 
Towers (WTC) with smoke coming out of at least one of the towers. 
Since the volume and density of the smoke did not seem to be very 
great, it appeared that the photographs were taken at a very 
early stage in the WTC event . Readily apparent in one of the 
photographs was a helicopter, 

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jtfXof the helicopter could be determined, then a close approximation 
\ 'of the time at which the photograph was taken could be made. 





_,(2fc Discussion with Federal Aviation Administration 
(FAA) -ffe^refeentatives in Washington D.C. provided the following 
information; ATC tapes of the WTC event could be obtained in a 
CD-ROM format allowing viewing on a computer. The ATC radar 
information is not viewable from the time of 09:03am to -09:07am. 
With the WTC event occurring at approximately 08:46:35am Eastern 
Standard Time (EST) or 12:46:35am Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), 
[according to the timing window on the ATC tape] , enough air 
traffic was captured on the tapes to provide a good analysis of 
air traffic in the vicinity of the WTC during the time that the 
photograph was taken. 




Taking in account the position of where the 
photog^ph AvSs taken relative to the WTC, identity of the 
helicopter in the picture is most likely a news helicopter with 
the FAA registration - N8BQ. 



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N8BQ arrived on station in the general vicinity 
where i^*"'wdTs v photographed at approximately 08:50 EST. N8BQ 
stayed at this position until 09:00 EST when it traveled in a 
South-West heading to a poirit south of World Trade Tower Number 
two. At this position, it would be out of the visual field of 
view for the photograph. This ten minute window does not provide 
enough information to accurately pinpoint the precise time at 
which the photograph was taken. 




yr ys^ After increasing the resolution of the photograph 
and comparing the burn progression on World Trade Tower Number 
One to the video of the event taken from N8BQ, it is opined that 
the photograph depicts the scene at approximately 09:00am EST. 



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No further analysis of the radar tapes is expected 



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To : -Laboratory 

From: Newark 

Squad C-9 
Contact : 

Approved Byzd 

Drafted By: 

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(S) Tit ^ : J^ 



Date: 09/28/2001 

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Der±v^dF3coitr-T G-3 HEREIN IS 

Enclosure (s) : For ERF: enclosed in an FD-340a 'envelope, is one 
(1) original surveillance tape, and twelve (12) color photographs- 
developed from same. 

Details- :,(J^M On September 14, 2001, the Newark Division of the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI-NK) initiated a Full Field 
Investigation predicated uponvcircumstances indicating that five 
(5) Israeli nationals, detained in conjunction with the TWINBOM 
investigation, had videotaped the terrorist attack on the World 
Trade Center and may have possessed foreknowledge of the same. 

I^jy At the time of their arrests, individuals had 
severaJ^cfatrferas and rolls of film in their possession. FBI-NK 
developed the film, which had several photos of the World Trade 
Towers (WTC) with smoke coming out of at least one of the towers . 
Since the volume and density of the smoke did not seem to be very 
great, it appeared that the photographs were taken at- a' very 
early stage in the WTC event . 



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Inconsistencies in the subject's statements 
promptedS~]?]5;NiNK to obtain surveillance tape from an Exxon gas 
station located near the subject's business in an attempt to 
identify the van the subjects were riding in at the time of the 
first explosion at the WTC. Identifying the van in surveillance 
video to be identical to the subject's van may provide insight 
into the exact whereabouts of the subjects during the crucial 
initial minutes of the WTC bombing. 

\C^/V FAVIAU, Quant ico is requested to provide enhanced 
photographic^ images from the enclosed video corresponding to the 
photographs provided, in an effort to identify any distinctive 
markings on the two white vans. Due to the detention status of 
the subjects, FAVIAU is requested to provide the analysis as soon 
as conditions permit. 



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FAVIAU, Quantico is requested to provide 
enhanced photographic images from enclosed surveillance video 
tape. Enhanced images of the two white vans, requested are marked 
on enclosed color photographs. Date and time of the event on the 
video tape is 09/11/20 01, 08:29:00 to approximately 08:31:00. It b7E 
should be noted tjhat a | "I 

was utilized to obtain the video. FAVIAU is 



requested to provide the analysis as soon as conditions permit, 



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Attn: 



Date: 10/08/2001 

Quantico, Forensic Program 
FAVIAU 



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Full Field Investigation Instituted: 09/14/2001 



Enclosures: Enclosed for Quantico, Forensic Program, FAVIAU, is 
one copy of the Letter Head Memorandum dated 9/23/01 regarding 
the above captioned investigation. 

Details :,P^)^NF) On September 14, 2001, the Newark Division of 
the Federal; Bureau of Investigation (FBI-NK) initiated a Full 
Field Investigation predicate,d upon circumstances indicating that 
five (5) Israeli nationals, detained in conjunction with the 
TWINBOM investigation, had videotaped the terrorist attack on the 
World Trade Center and may have possessed foreknowledge of the 
same. 

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One 8 14 x 10 color FUJI print 
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September 11, 2001. Evanston is located just north of Chicago. 




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By James Cox 
USATODAY 

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - In their quest to 
solve what one Arab newspaper called "the 
Great Whodunnit," Muslims the world over are 
pointing an accusing finger at their archenemy: 
Israel. 

From Cairo to Kuwait and Damascus to Du- 
shanbe, Muslims have singled out the Jewish 
state as the unseen hand behind the Sept. 11 
terrorist attacks that felled the World Trade 
Center towers,r ipped a fiery gash in the Penta- 
gon and shook the American psyche. 

In casual conversations, newspapers and In- 
ternet chat rooms, many in the Muslim world 
are endlessly chewing over and recycling un- 
substantiated rumors that implicate Israel. 
They're saying, for example, that: 

► Four thousand Jews who worked at the 

The Muslim world 

World Trade Center were mysteriously absent 
the day hijackers crashed two airliners into the 
towers. 

► A group of five Jews was arrested shortly 
following the attacks after being spotted vid- 
eotaping the crashes on a New York rooftop 
and dancing in jubilation. 

Typical is an editorial in the Syria Times. It 
named Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as 
the brains behind the Sept. 1 1 horror. "Sharon is 
known for his experience in masterminding 
and carrying out massacres and collective kill- 
ings," the newspaper said. "The recent attacks 
are actually acts of professional criminals like 
Sharon and his ilk." 

Conspiracy theories have been ubiquitous in 
the Middle East and Central Asia for centuries. 
Wherever there are conflicts, enemies conjure 
up complicated scenarios blaming each other 
for evil deeds. Israel is a frequent villain. 

This month's attacks spurred conspiracy talk 
outside the Muslim world as well. Immediately 
after the attacks on New York and Washington, 
there were rumors in the USA that hundreds of 
Arab-Americans in New York had been warned 
and didn't go to work in Manhattan that day. 

Some- of the fuel for the current conspiracy 
talk among Muslims comes from their religious 
beliefs. On the streets of Islamabad, many peo- 




By Mike Segar, Reuters 

Trade Center: Some say 4,000 Jews stayed 
home from work at the twin towers Sept. 1 1 . 

pie point out that the killing of innocents vio- 
lates the teachings of the holy Koran. That pro- 
scription is so central to Islam that many 
Muslims simply refuse to believe the perpetra- 
tors of the attacks could share their faith. They 
are ready to exonerate even professed enemies 
of the West, such as Osama bin Laden. 

"I believe Osama would not do such a thing 
because it is against Islam," says Zafar Mah- 
moud Sheikh, a consultant to one of Pakistan's 
main Muslim political parties. 

For others, the simultaneous hijacking of four 
American airliners was something even the 
cleverest of Middle East terror groups couldn't 
pull off. 

"I can smell Israeli fingers behind this," Salim 
Abu Sultan, a Palestiniarodiplomat, told the Gulf 
News, a daily in the United Arab Emirates. 'The 
scope of the attack was beyond the capability 
of Arabs ... Only the Israelis have the ability to 
do such things." 

In the shadows, many Muslims say they see 
Israel's vaunted Mossad spy agency pulling the 
strings as puppetmasten 

"The most popularly accepted theory," Gulf 
News reported,is that Sharon's government en- 
gineered the event "to fuel American anger 
against Arabs and obtain a 'green light' for Isra- 




el's ongoing persecution of the Palestinians." 

Within days of the attacks, rumors of Jewish 
involvement had sped from the Arab countries 
of North Africa and the Middle East to Muslim 
nations of Central and South Asia, even reach- 
ing the world's most populous Muslim country, 
Indonesia in the South Pacific. 

But Muslims in the USA clearly are generating 
much of the anti-Israeli vitriol on the Internet, 
says Rasul Bakhsh Rais, an economist at Quaid- 
e-Azam University in Islamabad. 

"I'm getting these e-mails every day. Who are 
these people? I never gave them my e-mail ad- 
dress," he says, scrolling through the electronic 
bile. 

The accusations directed at Israel have taken 
on a crude flavor. 

An editorial cartoon in Wednesday editions 
of the Pakistani daily The Nation depicted Israel 
as a pig, the USA as a salivating wolf and the 
Muslim world as a lamb. As the pig defecated 
upstream, the angry wolf blamed the down- 
stream lamb for "making the water muddy." 

An op-ed piece in the same edition repeated 
the rumor that 4,000 Jews escaped harm on 
Sept. 11. It quoted a Canadian "intelligence ex- 
pert" as saying that US. intelligence agencies 
have found "links" between the attacks and the 
Mossad. 

The "reported absence" of Jewish fatalities 
suggests "word had come down to them 
through some mysterious grapevine simply 
telling them not to go to work that day," wrote 
Kaleem Omar, a commentator for Pakistan's The 
News, a daily. 

The grieving father of suspected hijacker Mo- 
hamed Atta, interviewed by Egyptian news 
agency MENA, wondered why US. media out- 
lets had chosen to ignore reports that US. au- 
thorities "seized a number of Jews while they 
were dancing in celebration over the incidents." 

The answer to that question was obvious to 
Ismail Abu-Shanab, a member of the militant 
Palestinian group Hamas. 

US. news organizations "are largely con- 
trolled by the Zionist lobby," he told reporters 
from a pro-Hamas Web site. 

Not all the accusations are reserved for Israel. 
The willingness of moderate Arab nations toaid 
a U.S.-led coalition against terrorism only 
proves "Arab rulers are stooges of Americans, 
who are always being used by the Jews, our real 
enemies," says Sheikh, the Pakistani political 
consultant. 

The Jewish conspiracy notion enjoys wide 
credibility in Pakistan, which risks a popular 
backlash if US, forces assault Afghanistan in an 
effort to capture or kill bin Laden. 

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anxious to return to Ne w York. They stopped at a rest area to 
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stopped b^ the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) and detained after 
PSP realized they were employed by Urban Moving Systems. 
Apparently, PSP had been advised to be on the lookout for an 
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the compa ny that does long distance moves . Both are owned by 

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office locations. | | believes that \ | LNU operates both 

of these companies so if a customer is dissatisfied with Urban 
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been an unusual, or awesome sight. 



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worker^ to "hang out" on the roof for smoke or 
did mention, tho ugh, t hat if there is a 

and usually others 



moving job scheduled for that morning, 
are at the location between 7:00 and 8 



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that on§" chh. buy an Israeli paper in New York City and find pages 
of adv ertisem ents or job openings for moving companies in that 
area. I | stated that most moving companies in New York are 
owned by Israelis. 




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owner of Urbar TTTovih^ Sys^ 



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Tunnel. I l advised that they used the EZ Pass lanes at both 
crossings. They arrived at Urban Moving Systems in Weehawken 
between 8 and 8 : 3 A.M. They opened the office for the day's 
business. I I (LNU) had not yet arrived. 



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went outside to look at tn e world Trade c ent er as it 

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suggested that thev tak e a picture of the event for history. 



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drove to a parking lot fronting tne Hudso n River, which gave them a 
view of the e ntire length of both towers, 
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climbed on to the r oof 
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of tne van to get a better view of what was 
admitted that they all took still photographs of 



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denied that he took any video or saw anyone with a video camera. 
No one mounted the camera on a tripod or any other mounting device. 



] has no explanation of reports that they were observed 
videotaping the event. 

After spending a few minutes at the lot, they drove back to Urban 
Moving Systems, where they went up on the roo f of the building and 



took more still photographs but no videotape. | | stated that 

only one side of one to wer is v isible from the roof of Urban 
Moving. At this point , | | apologized for appearing happy in 



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the photographs. | | stated that Israel has been dealing with 
incidents like this for years. He believes that the United States 
will take steps to stop terrorism in the world. 



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a ten mi,nutp ririvp fjrom Urban Moving Systems. I "I waited 

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outside while 



indicated tnat many 
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crossing into New York, that they were stopped by the Police and 
arrested. 



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information. [ I stated that on the way to the parking lot, 

remarked " I am glad I brought my camera today." 




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abandoned by the owner of Urban Moving Systems . 

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Thirty- five (35) - 3.5" magnetic disks ("floppy 
disks".) 



2 
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Fifty-seven (57) - compact disks (CD-ROMS.) 

Two (2) - "IOMEGA" Zip disks, 100 Megabytes maximum 
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12/12/01 

Suspected Israeli Spies Held by U.S. 

WASHINGTON - Some 60 Israelis, who federal investigators have said are part of a long-running effort 
to spy on American government officials, are among the hundreds of foreigners detained since the Sept. 
1 1 terror attacks, Fox News has learned. 

The Israelis, a handful of whom are described as 

active Israeli military or intelligence operatives, 

have been detained on immigration charges or 

under the new Patriot Anti-Terrorism Law. Federal investigators said some of 

them failed polygraph questions inquiring about alleged surveillance 

activities against and in the United States. 

There is no indication the Israelis were involved in the Sept. 1 1 attacks, but investigators suspect that 
they may have gathered intelligence about the attacks in advance and not shared it. 

A highly placed investigator told Fox News there are "tie-ins," but when asked for details flatly refused to 
describe them. "Evidence linking these Israelis to 9-1 1 is classified, I cannot tell you about evidence 
that has been gathered. It is classified information," the source said. 

An Israeli Embassy spokesman offered categorical denials, and said any suggestion of Israelis spying on 
or in the United States is simply not true. 

But Fox News has learned that one group of Israelis spotted in North Carolina recently is suspected of 
keeping an apartment in California to spy on a group of Arabs who the U.S. authorities are investigating 
for links to terrorism. 

Numerous classified documents obtained by Fox News indicate that even prior to Sept. 1 1 , as many as 
140 other Israelis had been detained or arrested in a secretive and sprawling investigation into suspected 
espionage by Israelis in the United States. 

Investigators from numerous government agencies are part of a working group that has been compiling 
evidence in the case since the mid-1990s. These documents detail hundreds of incidents in cities and 
towns across the country that investigators say quote "may well be an organized intelligence-gathering 
activity." 

Investigators are focusing part of their efforts on Israelis who said they are art students from the 
University of Jerusalem or Bezalel Academy and repeatedly made contact with U.S. government 
personnel by saying they wanted to sell cheap art or handiwork. 

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detentions of Israelis on immigration charges last month, the carts began vanishing. 

Why would Israelis spy in and on the United States? 

A General Accounting Office investigation referred to Israel as Country A and said, "According to a U.S. 
intelligence agency, the government of country A conducts the most aggressive espionage operation 
against the U.S. of any U.S. ally." 

A Defense Intelligence report said Israel has a "voracious appetite for information." 

"The Israelis are motivated by strong survival instincts which dictate every facet of their political and 
economic policies," the DIA report said, "it aggressively collects military and industrial technology and 
the U.S. is a high priority target. 

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December 13, 2001, 12:02 PM EST 

NEWARK, N.J. - The FBI will send out cards this holiday season to hundreds of 
thousands of New Jersey and Philadelphia residents in an effort to find those 
responsible for mailing four anthrax-laced letters in the Trenton area. The 
cards will include a sample of the handwriting from the tainted letters and 
excerpts from the profile FBI experts have developed of the anthrax mailer's 
likely personality traits. 

They also will remind residents they can collect a reward of more than $1 
million for information leading to a conviction, said Special Agent Sandra 
Carroll, a spokeswoman for the Newark FBI office. 

"We're trying to keep the information in front of people to see if they think 
of something, or if something in it acts to jog their memories," Carroll told 
The Star-Ledger of Newark for Thursday's editions. The cards will go out before 
Christmas to a broad area surrounding Trenton and extending into Philadelphia. 
The four letters passed through the Trenton-area postal processing plant in 
Hamilton. 

Carroll said the cards will be similar to those sent out in October by the 
Postal Service, which told people how to handle suspicious packages. The final 
form and wording of the FBI's card is still underdevelopment. 
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3) Senators Seek Gun Purchase Records 

By JESSE J. HOLLAND 
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questions. I received a thank you note from IRSl Ithis morning stating how pleased they were with 

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